Well, it's pretty much done. Special thanks to:
Precision Guitar Kits
Leo at SFG
Robert at Rusch Guitars
Clay at Archipelago Glass (cocobolo knobs)
Buffer from Waldo and Bootser from GGG
Chris for advice on the 6-way Freeway switch (works like a charm)
And last but not least Troy Post for the original concept.
I'm amazed at how nice the thing sounds, acoustic and electric. It rings and sustains like a grand piano. I opted for the slightly thicker neck that Precision offers and I'm finding it pretty neat- first "thicker than usual" neck on any of my guitars. I like having the buffer/blaster option. The Gibson '57 Classics in the neck and bridge are really clear and "articulate".
10.2 pounds- proudly solid body.
I bought a set of Layfette knobs for the Wolf look, but I think I'm liking the cocobolo knobs better. Less Wolfie, but a nice compliment to the quilted maple and purpleheart. I'll keep the stickers on it for now, but might upgrade them to real inlay at some point.
I still can't belive how nice it came out- and how close to what I had in mind to start with.
"Do not write so that you can be understood, write so that you cannot be misunderstood." -Epictetus
First show: 8/16/69 (Woodstock)
Last show: 3/19/95 (Unbroken Chain breakout)
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